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Predators have outsized influence over habitats

, : Predators have outsized influence over habitats.

Grasshopper's change in diet to high-energy carbohydrates while being hunted by spiders may affect the way soil releases carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, according to research results published this week in the journal Science.


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